Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Nara Afternoon Tour of Todaiji Temple, Deer Park and Kasuga Shrine from Kyoto. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Outstanding temple with large statue of Buddah and a Lantern Shrine. Much better than the temples and shrines we saw in Kyoto. Worth the drive.
Very good tour for the afternoon if you don't want to visit Nara by your own. All 3 most important places in Nara will be visited.
Good and comfortable busses and pleasant tour guides. Start from hotel, opposite of Kyoto railway station, is very convenient.
I recommend if you have half a day free
Excellent tour, all of it is worth it, maybe needs a bit extra free time in Nara to enjoy the deer feeding and being nudged and even bitten by them.
Our tour guide was kind, funny and knowledgeable. We always book through Viator when we travel if they are an option. We always find the guides to be excellent and the overall tours to be really thorough and safe.
I did this tour with a friend in August and had a blast. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable spoke English well, and was very friendly. The bikes were in excellent condition and were the perfect way to get around/through the traffic to all the great sites. There are several tour options and if I'm ever back in Kyoto I might try one of the different routes - I'm sure they're all great! We also stopped at a local restaurant and had a traditional Japanese meal. Overall, this was a great value and a great way to get the real Kyoto experience!
Very interesting and spectacular places. The guide was fantastic. His English name was Mitch and he went the extra mile with every single one of us. Very knowledgeable indeed, highly educated too, with one of the best English spoken in all Japan. A must do!
I had a great time visiting Nara on this tour. The bus was clean, safe, and comfortable. The guide was excellent in her knowledge and very funny. The Temple and Shrine were great places to visit. One of my favorite memories is the deer that actually bow for a cookie!